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How far would you go to fish? A look at the German Baltic Sea anglers 15 Sep 2021 How far would you go to fish? A look at the German Baltic Sea anglers 0 79 It is no secret that anglers are dedicated to their passion. They are able and happy to travel far and beyond to quench their passion for fishing and nature. Some of them are even ready to travel thou... Baltic Sea TACs: still some uncertainties for recreational anglers 09 Sep 2021 Baltic Sea TACs: still some uncertainties for recreational anglers 0 238 Like every summer, the Commission published late August its Total Allowable Catches (TACs) for the Baltic Sea. However, this year, the proposal is filled with gaps and placeholders, given that the Int... Recreational anglers urge the EU to step up support for climate change adaptation and mitigation measures 08 Sep 2021 Recreational anglers urge the EU to step up support for climate change adaptation and mitigation measures 0 328 Climate change has both direct and indirect impacts on the aquatic environment and the European recreational fisheries sector: shifts in fish stocks distributions, extreme weather events, changes in r... MEP Niclas Herbst joins EAA and Sportvisserij Nederland for a fishing trip in Amsterdam 03 Sep 2021 MEP Niclas Herbst joins EAA and Sportvisserij Nederland for a fishing trip in Amsterdam 0 331 The Chair of the Forum on Recreational Fisheries and aquatic environment, Member of the European Parliament Niclas Herbst, was invited to Amsterdam by the European Anglers Alliance’s President, Fred B... Introducing… the Swiss Federation of Recreational Sea Fishing 11 Aug 2021 Introducing… the Swiss Federation of Recreational Sea Fishing 0 638 This article is part of a series dedicated to the presentation of angling associations across Europe. For this article, we introduce the EAA member from Switzerland: FSPM - Fédération Suisse de pêche ... Bring recreational angling into the classroom, says EAA 06 Aug 2021 Bring recreational angling into the classroom, says EAA 0 730 On 11 May 2021, the European Anglers Alliance (EAA) gave its input to the European Commission’s Roadmap on ‘Education for environmental sustainability’. As part of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 20... Slovenia takes over the EU Council Presidency 19 Jul 2021 Slovenia takes over the EU Council Presidency 0 876 Halfway through the year, it is up to another Member State to take over the presidency of the Council of the European Union. This time, Slovenia will be in charge of steering the ship from July to Dec... Next RecFishing Forum Event: Climate change impact on recreational fisheries: building resilience 06 Jul 2021 Next RecFishing Forum Event: Climate change impact on recreational fisheries: building resilience 0 1056 The next event of the European Parliament Forum on Recreational Fisheries and Aquatic Environment will take place on 7 September. The event will look at the impact of climate change on seas and rivers... EU zero pollution action plan: focus on the aquatic environment 28 Jun 2021 EU zero pollution action plan: focus on the aquatic environment 0 1028 On 12 May 2021, the European Commission adopted the EU action plan "Towards a Zero Pollution for Air, Water and Soil". Several policy initiatives will aim to improve water quality and protect the aqua... European Parliament finally adopts its report on Biodiversity: what’s in it for recreational anglers? 25 Jun 2021 European Parliament finally adopts its report on Biodiversity: what’s in it for recreational anglers? 0 1326 On 9 June, the European Parliament adopted its non-binding resolution on the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030: Bringing nature back into our lives. Adopted more than a year after the Commission publi... ICES recommends radical cuts in Baltic Sea quotas 23 Jun 2021 ICES recommends radical cuts in Baltic Sea quotas 0 1134 On 28 May 2021, the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) published its annual scientific advice for next year’s fishing opportunities for the Baltic Sea. The advice will be take... The World Recreational Fishing Conference goes digital! 28 & 30 June 2021 16 Jun 2021 The World Recreational Fishing Conference goes digital! 28 & 30 June 2021 0 1286 Initially planned in Rotterdam in July 2020 and postponed due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 9th edition of the World Recreational Fishing Conference will finally take place in a digita... Introducing… the Norwegian Association of Hunters and Anglers 14 Jun 2021 Introducing… the Norwegian Association of Hunters and Anglers 0 1390 This article is part of a series dedicated to the presentation of angling associations across Europe. For this article, we introduce the EAA member from Norway: NJFF - Norges Jeger - og Fiskerforbund. Most of Europe’s river basins will still be unhealthy by 2027 - new report 10 Jun 2021 Most of Europe’s river basins will still be unhealthy by 2027 - new report 0 1365 11 out of 13 river basins studied in various EU countries will still be unhealthy by 2027, new research reveals. This means those countries will miss the legally binding EU target to return Europe’s d... A new logo for the EAA! 02 Jun 2021 A new logo for the EAA! 0 1378 The European Anglers Alliance has a new logo. After 10 years, the EAA has renewed its brand identity. CHARTing a new path for Atlantic Bluefin Tuna 19 May 2021 CHARTing a new path for Atlantic Bluefin Tuna 0 1591 On 23 April, the British Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) gave the green light to an English Catch And Rel... EVENT REPORT - Objective 30%: why involving recreational anglers is key for the success of Marine Protected Areas 11 May 2021 EVENT REPORT - Objective 30%: why involving recreational anglers is key for the success of Marine Protected Areas 0 1635 On 20 April, the RecFishing Forum hosted a webinar on recreational angling and Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), co-chaired by MEP Isabel Carvalhais and MEP Søren Gade. Panellists and more than 60 partic... Broad coalition calls for hydropower projects’ halt on the Albanian Vjosa River 06 May 2021 Broad coalition calls for hydropower projects’ halt on the Albanian Vjosa River 0 1717 In light of the national Albanian elections – held on 25 April 2021 – a group of Members of the European Parliament, scientists and even Hollywood actors have now joined ranks with national and region... Protecting and restoring river ecosystems to support biodiversity: Living Rivers Europe recommendations 03 May 2021 Protecting and restoring river ecosystems to support biodiversity: Living Rivers Europe recommendations 0 1823 In March 2021, Living Rivers Europe, a coalition of five environmental and angling organisations (EAA, WWF, EEB, ERN, The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International), published its scoping paper on... Biodiversity Strategy: the PECH Committee is taking a step in the right direction 27 Apr 2021 Biodiversity Strategy: the PECH Committee is taking a step in the right direction 0 1784 On 17 March, the Fisheries (PECH) Committee of the European Parliament adopted its opinion on the “EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030: Bringing nature back into our lives.” The PECH Committee opinion s...

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